firelight

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the light of a fire (especially in a fireplace)

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Round and round the firelit room they circled with a rhythmic grace that was wonderful.
There's a cosy firelit bar with oak settles as seating and a formal dining room.
The Bull is perfectly placed close to the South Downs Way and offers four stylish bedrooms above two lowbeamed, firelit bars.
Dove Cottage, with its atmospheric, firelit rooms and lingering sense of a house lived in provides an ideal focus.
On a cold windswept night, we were certainly glad to get inside to the warmth of The Great Western and settle in a cosy firelit corner with our drinks.
Soldiers are dreamers; when the guns begin They think of firelit homes, clean beds, and wives.
But nonetheless, there's an impressive historical and geographical scope to their music - with references to Sargasso, Westphalia and Ko Pha Ngan - and dronish choruses that evoke marching hordes besieging Slavonic castles in firelit darkness.
The whole evening is redolent with that special magic which is any child's dream of the festive season, a heady mixture of gigantic Christmas trees, enchanted toys which spring to life and the hugely enjoyable villains of the piece - in this case the rat army which comes tumbling mischievously out of the huge fireplace which transforms itself into a firelit cavern in an instant in one of the best transformation scenes in the British theatre.
You can go husky-sledging and tobogganing - then thaw out inside the firelit huts.